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I need an electronic copy of a TV script that has three columns (and a
distinctive script in each column:
Column 1: Speaker's Name
Column 2: Speaker's Lines
Column 3: Instructions to Camera/Sound crew

The Lines and Instructions that go with each speaker should always be on the
same row. The Speaker's lines should also be double-spaced for easy editing.
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That sophisticated and rare layout is called a "table".


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I need an electronic copy of a TV script that has three columns (and a
distinctive script in each column:
Column 1: Speaker's Name
Column 2: Speaker's Lines
Column 3: Instructions to Camera/Sound crew

The Lines and Instructions that go with each speaker should always be on
the
same row. The Speaker's lines should also be double-spaced for easy
editing.



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Its possible that the MS-hosted bank of templates by MS and third
parties will offer something:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...s/default.aspx

Otherwise, search the web for examples (using Google at
http://www.google.com/ or another search engine), or make your own--as
Jezebel said, a table will be the best route in Word.

As I understand it, scripts have very precise formatting
requirements--you might be best off using a scriptwriting program.

SubRosa wrote:
I need an electronic copy of a TV script that has three columns (and a
distinctive script in each column:
Column 1: Speaker's Name
Column 2: Speaker's Lines
Column 3: Instructions to Camera/Sound crew

The Lines and Instructions that go with each speaker should always be on the
same row. The Speaker's lines should also be double-spaced for easy editing.

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